Stroll around Springbank Park: Covering an area of nearly 350 acres adjacent to the Thames River in the city’s western neighborhood, Springbank Park should be at the top of your list of places to visit in London.
Meet Canada’s Medical Hero at Banting House: For a relatively small country population wise, Canada has certainly punched above its weight in the medical field.
Live in the Past at Fanshawe Pioneer Village: Interested in learning about the first settlers to have made their home in and around London? Then a visit to Fanshawe Pioneer Village is a must-do.
Learn about Ontario’s History at Museum London: For those wanting to delve a little deeper into the region’s history, plan a visit to Museum London.
Relive Your Childhood at London Children’s Museum: Let’s face it, 100,000 visitors can’t be wrong.
Experience Family Fun at Storybook Gardens: Established over 50 years ago, the family-friendly Storybook Gardens has been a huge draw for tourism in London ever since it opened.
Shop at Covent Garden Market: One of the oldest markets in Canada, London’s Covent Garden Market can trace its roots back as far as 1835 and has been a staple on the city’s shopping scene ever since.
- Tour London’s Oldest Home at Eldon House: Now a museum, historic Eldon House was built in 1834 and is a well-preserved reminder of the city’s affluent past.
Pay a Visit to St. Peter’s Cathedral Basilica: Built in 1827, the Catholic St. Peter’s Cathedral Basilica makes for a picturesque backdrop for a photo.